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The Los Angeles Ripper (2011)

by  |  September 5th, 2011  |  Horror

The Los Angeles Ripper (2011)

On Friday August 26, 2011 at 1.00 am (technically Saturday) ‘The Los Angeles Ripper’¬†screened for the first time in public. The Los Angeles Ripper opened to a packed theater, reminding the audience of what a “Midnight Movie” was, and what it could be once again. The Los Angeles Ripper directed by Craig McIntyre, tells the […]

Information On The Permiere For ‘Wake Wood’

by  |  June 9th, 2011  |  News

Information On The Permiere For 'Wake Wood'

According to Bloody-Disgusting: Written and Directed by: David Keating (KM64: Birth Of A Skatepark), Wake Wood tells the story of a couple who after the loss of their daughter are given the chance to spend a few more days with her. It was announced last week by Dark Sky Films, that online horror movie sites […]

‘The Wright Stuff Vol. 2’ (part 2)

by  |  February 16th, 2011  |  Blog

'The Wright Stuff Vol. 2' (part 2)

Edgar Wright also commented how rare it is for a made TV movie to go from TV to getting a theatrical release the following year. Though he couldn’t make it himself, Spielberg sent this email to Edgar Wright to read before the film…

Wild at Heart (1990)

by  |  February 10th, 2011  |  Romance

Wild at Heart (1990)

If you’re anything like me when you come across a title like ‘Wild at Heart’ you may just assume, “Oh boy, another movie about a horse!” (Insert Buzzer Sound Here) WRONG! I was amazingly surprised and wildly over joyed (pun intended) to learn I was wrong. I had the honor recently of being able to […]

The New Beverly Cinema Gets It Wright: ‘The Wright Stuff Vol. 2’ (part 1)

by  |  January 27th, 2011  |  Blog

The New Beverly Cinema Gets It Wright: 'The Wright Stuff Vol. 2' (part 1)

Landis, gave praise to American Graffiti, calling it, “A beautiful piece of art.” Perhaps, having dismissed it to casually previously. He further pointed out, that the “where are they now” tags in American Graffiti, had Dreyfuss’ character living in Canada as a writer. It was a subtle touch on Lucas’ part.

Quentin Tarantino’s Church, The New Beverly Cinema

by  |  December 9th, 2010  |  Blog

Quentin Tarantino's Church, The New Beverly Cinema

What got me was, this was his first time watching Deranged with an actual audience. A film that he wrote and directed 36 years ago, he was finally able to screen with an audience and AwesomeBMovies.com got to be apart of THAT

Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino Purchases the New Beverly Theater

by  |  December 8th, 2010  |  News

Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino Purchases the New Beverly Theater

The iconic Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction director has bought the New Beverly Cinema.


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